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Moonwalk med Einstein : kunsten at huske alt (2011)

af Joshua Foer

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Having achieved the seemingly unachievable-- becoming a U.S. Memory Champion-- Foer shows how anyone with enough training and determination can achieve mastery of their memory.
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Me ha parecido interesante por el tema de los palacios de la memoria, que es por lo que lo cogí de la biblioteca; la parte personal, que es el hilo conductor del ensayo, es entretenida dentro de lo que cabe. ( )
  essuniz | Jan 2, 2021 |
A fun book and good introduction to mnemonic techniques, but I found it to be more of an exercise in storytelling rather than a how-to of remembering everything. ( )
  isovector | Dec 13, 2020 |
Moonwalking with Einstein a memoir about the Foer's dive into the world of competitive memory competitions. Centering on the methods that these contestants used to visualize incredibly long lists of words or three shuffled decks of playing cards, etc. and then repeat them back in timed competitions. The author himself found this so intriguing that he took a year or more to train himself and become a contestant in a major competition. Near the end of the book that these training methods are mostly useless to those of us who just wish to better our memories. Theses are really only suited to competitions. The usefulness of keeping facts and dates in our brain is of some use for sure but a pencil and paperwork just fine for me. Honestly, I can't remember why I had this book on my shelf. Ironic that. ( )
1 stem stretch | Aug 15, 2020 |
An insightful read that I'd imagine any psych major would have already been familiar with the mnemonic arts. Luckily I didn't know any of this! The author writes about his experience training to become a memory champion and details the how-tos and some historical and scientific background throughout - he strikes a nice balance and keeps the book fairly concise. I wish there were more scientific background on the fmri stuff, but I'll just have to find it myself. Take home messages were to be mindful, to become good at something it takes very deliberate, technique driven practice - never go into autopilot (autonomous) stage of learning and force yourself to be cognizant of what you're doing. Memory in practice will be employed on remembering people ( associate the sound of the name with crazy images) and maybe learn the standard number memorization method. ( )
  bsmashers | Aug 1, 2020 |
I would tell you all the reasons I wasn't overly impressed with this book, but I have forgotten the reasons. Just kidding, it was a decent book, but it certainly dragged on.

I personally would only suggest this book to people who have never read another book on memory or memory competitions before. If you have read other memory related books, this one could be a bit of a snooze. ( )
  Derek3 | Jun 17, 2020 |
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